The Jaguars continue their free agency spending spree by signing two more players. Linebacker Foyesade Oluokun was signed for $45 million over three years, and defensive lineman Folorunso “Foley” Fatukasi was signed for $30 million over three years. Jacksonville also signed offensive lineman Brandon Scherff on Monday.
The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported the news via Twitter on Monday.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 14, 2022
Fatukasi has been in the league since being drafted by the Jets in 2018. He has been a Jet for his entire NFL tenure. In 2021, Fatukasi played 15 games, racking up 46 combined tackles including six quarterback hits and five tackles for loss. He did not have a single sack last season, however.
Oluokun, like Fatukasi, was also drafted in 2018, but has played for the Falcons his entire career. He played all 17 games in 2021, grabbing three interceptions, defending six passes, forcing one fumble and sacking the quarterback twice. He also had an NFL-best 192 combined tackles.
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